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Augusta College 

Augusta, Georgia 



IN TRYING 
TO FIND 
MYSELF, I 
HAVE FOUND 
OTHERS. IN 
THE QUEST 
OF MY 
IDENTITY I 
HAVE 
REACHED 
NEW 

HEIGHTS. IN 
SEARCHING 
FOR A 
REASON I 
NOW SEE AN 
ATTAINABLE 
GOAL. 




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LIKE FIGURES IN A 
MIRROR, WE ARE 
DIFFERENT BUT 
THE SAME. 
WE FACE EACH 
OTHER AS OPPOSITE 
TWINS WITH THE 
MIRROR AS THE 
BOND IN BETWEEN. 
THE ANSWER TO OUR 
QUESTIONS LIES IN 
THE DIFFERENCE, 
AND IN OURSELVES, 



AND IN WHAT WE 
DO AND DREAM. 



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THE ROAD TO 
TRUTH IS OUR 
YOUTH AND OUR 
VOICE, OUR 
THOUGHTS TODAY 
ARE TOMORROWS 
HISTORY. 




WE ARE ALL JUST 
PROTOPLASMS, 
HUNGRY FOR LIFE. 

::;' only success 
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THIRST. 




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THAT REALIZATION 
OF OUR IDENTITY IS 
THE ULTIMATE 
OUTCOME, 
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ORGANIZATIONS 17 

FACULTY 57 

STUDENTS 93 

SPORTS T33 

SPECIAL EVENTS 169 

CLOSING 201 



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CHARTERED: October 22, 1971 
PURPOSE: The Student Nurses 
Association of Augusta 
College was established 
to be an aid in the 
preparation of student 
Nurses for the assump- 
tion of personal, social, 
and professional respo- 
sibilities. The functions 
of the organization 
include, (a) providing 
professional organiza- 
tion on the local level to 
student Nurses, and to 
promote skill develop- 
ment for the participa- 
tion in the A.N. A. and 
the N.L.N, (b) to assist in 
the promotion and 
maintenance of high 
presonal educational 
and professional stan- 
dards, (c) to promote 
cooperation within the 
student groups and 
between students and 



Faculty, (d) To develop 
through groups and 
activities a closer bond 
and unified spirit among 
the students at Augusta 
College, (e) To par- 
ticipate in recruitment 
activities of the School 
of Nursing and encour- 
age men and women to 
consider preparation for 
a career in Nursing in a 
higher education institu- 
tion, (f) To help the 
student develop her full 
potential as a citizen and 
person through Demo- 
cratic practices, self 
discipline, direction, 
individual and group 
responsibilities, (g) To 
encourage participation 
and cooperation with 
the N.L.N, and the 
A.N. A. and their respec- 
tive state and district 
organizations. 



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CHARTERED: January, 1974 
PURPOSE: The Pre-dental and 
Para-dental Society was 
established to: (1) Aid in 
making dental and para- 
dental school informa- 
tion more readily avail- 
able to pre-dentai and 
para-dental students. (2) 
Set up Admissions test 
workshops. (3) Provide 
better contact among 
pre-dental and para- 
dental students them- 
selves. (4) Provide 
relevant speakers. (5) 
Encourage excellence 
in pre-dental and para- 
dental scholarship. (6) 
Educate and familiarize 
interested students 
with dental and para- 
dental professions. (7) 
Help pre-dental and 
para-dental students for 
entrance into their 
perspective profession- 
al schools. 



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CHARTERED: October, 1962 
PURPOSE: The Baptist Student 
Union exists for the 
purpose of encouraging, 
among College students, 
a shared life in Christ, 
and that through that 
life, a ministry to the 
campus. It does not 
attempt to create a 
protective environment 
for students. Rather, it 
seeks to gather the 
Christian community 
into meaningful fellow- 
ship and send the 
student back into the 
school more involved in 
it's life than ever before. 
Central in the perspec- 
tive of the Baptist 
Student Union is the 
desire to communicate 



the Gospel to those who 
are outside the 
community of faith. All 
students interested are 
invited to share in this 
Christian fellowship 
group whether they are 
Baptist or not. 
This year they are par- 
ticipating in the 
Mother's March of 
Dimes to raise money 
needed to fight birth 
defects. They sponsor an 
impact team every year 
in conjunction with the 
Medical College to raise 
money to send students 
to missionaries during 
the summer. This Spring 
they will present SUNNY 
SOUTH, a Gospel group, 
for a concert. 



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CHARTERED: May 25, 1971 
PURPOSE: Ekklesia was founded to 
help students of Augus- 
ta College to find more 
meaning and purpose in 
life by; (1) Guiding them 
into a personal know- 
ledge of and faith in 
jesus Christ as Savior 
and Lord. (2) Helping 
interested students to 
grow and develop as 
Christians through a 
regular study of the 
Bible. (3) Teaching 
interested students to 
efectively communicate 
their faith to others and 
how to teach them to 
do the same. "For I am 
not ashamed of the 
Gospel, for it is the 
power of God for salva- 
tion to everyone who 
believes, to the Jew first 
and also the Greek." 
-Romans 1:16 



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CHARTERED: May 1975 

PURPOSE: The Euclidean Society 
was established to 
provide for students 
opportunities to con- 
verse with the faculty 
members and other 
students who are 
interested in Math- 
ematics; to broaden 
interest and know- 
ledge of Mathematics, 
and to acquaint the 
students with new 
concepts and applica- 
tions of Mathematics. 



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CHARTERED: 1968 

PURPOSE: Interclub Council is 
comprised of represen- 
tatives from each of the 
chartered organizations 
at Augusta College. It's 
purpose is to coordin- 
ate and publicize activi- 
ties of the various clubs 
and to inform members 
of campus issues and 
policies. Interclub 
Council also sponsors 
such social activities as 
the annual Christmas 
Belle dance and the 
Homecoming celebra- 
tion. 



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CHARTERED: Winter Quarter, 

1973 

PURPOSE: The Veteran's Associa- 
tion was established to 
give the students of 
Augusta college who 
are veterans, depen- 
dents of veterans, 
and/or any student 
who is drawing ben- 
efits from the Veter- 
an's Administration, 
the opportunity to 
function as a whole. In 



this manner, they can 
become more closely 
associated by sharing 
the experiences com- 
mon to veterans and 
aiding one another 
when mutual prob- 
lems arise. Secondly, it 
is formed to promote 
activities or events that 
will directly benefit 
the veteran or veteran 
affiliated member. 



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CHARTERED: September, 1967 
PURPOSE: The Sociology Club was 
established to encour- 
age and facilitate 
student involvement in 
the social aspects of 
human existance. This 
includes community 
work to supplement the 
learning experience, 
organizing and promot- 
ing the social interac- 
tion of students on 
campus, and in gereral 
to establish feelings of 
warmth and comrade- 
ship based on reward- 
ing organizational inter- 
raction. As the above 
applies to all human 
being, we open our 
membership to the 
entire student body as 
well as Sociology and 
Psychology majors and 
minors. 



Clurit 




CHARTERED: May 19, 1970 
PURPOSE: The purpose of the 
Choir is to participate in 
the performance of 
worthy chorai music for 
the benefit of the Col- 
lege, Choir, and 
community. 



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CHARTERED: 1958 

PURPOSE: The Drama Club was 
founded for the purpose 
of furthering theatrical 
endeavors at Augusta 
College by providing a 
program which enables 
members to receive 
experience from field 
trips, lectures, and affilia- 
tion with other Drama 
groups. 




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CHARTERED: Fall 1965 

PURPOSE: The French Club, Le 
Salon, was chartered 
to enlarge the interest 
of the students in a 
better knowledge of 
the French culture, 
hoping that more 
students would take 
more French courses, 
and will read more 
French Literature. 
The French Club 
hopes to build a Li- 
brary and have ex- 
change students. 



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CHARTERED: 1958 
PURPOSE: The Bell Ringer is the 
Augusta College student new- 
spaper, and is published on a 
weekly schedule by a student staff. 
It's office is located on the second 
floor of the College Activity Center. 



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CHARTERED: September 1958 
PURPOSE: The Student Associa- 
tion of Educators was founded 
to develop state organization of 
Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica- which shall function under 
the sponsorship of the Georgia 
Education Association. In 
November the officers attended 
a leadership conference at Rock 
Eagle. In January Jeff Grossman 
was a representative to the 
National Convention of the 
Student National Association of 



Educators in Philadelphia. The 
state convention was in Fe- 
bruary in Atlanta, and the 
officers and members attended. 
PROPOSED MEETINGS: 
N.E.A. lawyer to speak on rights 
of teachers; Personnel directors 
from Richmond, Columbia, and 
Aiken counties to discuss quali- 
ties they look for in job ap- 
plicants. Educational materials 
available in the area; Session on 
child abuse with regard to the 
teacher. 



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CHARTERED: January, 1971 
PURPOSE: The Political Science 
Club was established to 
nneet together regularly 
in an atmosphere of 
fellowship, for the pur- 
pose of acquiring a 
broader knowledge of 
community affairs and 
community needs. They 
shall prepare, through 



discussion and study, for 
intelligent leadership in 
political and civic affairs. 
The objective of this 
organization is the 
building of good citizen- 
ship and the encour- 
agement of informed 
discussion of political 
topics. 



BU StuM Utm 




CHARTERED: January 30, 1970 
PURPOSE: The purpose of the 
Black Student Union 
is to promote organ- 
ization and maintain 
Black identity on the 
Augusta College 
campus and in the 
Black Community by 
(a) creating a self 
conscious Black 
community of 

Augusta College's 
campus; (b) by being 



a service organiza- 
tion on and off cam- 
pus for the Black 
community, politi- 
cally and socio- 
logically; (c) by serv- 
ing as an educational 
facility by way of 
open forum for the 
entire Augusta Col- 
lege community for 
the expression of 
Black ideas and 
goals. 



Stuibtt Gmumsd Ahsmim 




CHARTERED: FALL, 1958 

PURPOSE Other than fighting for truth, justice, and the American Way, the Augusta College S.G.A. has 
become increasingly entangled in student-life at Augusta College. 

Changes in our orientation program involve placing a greater emphasis on Special Studies, the 
Library, and "How-to-Study." The Student Buying Power Card has helped students save a few 
more pennies. We were fortunate that Santa Claus had decided to resurface our tennis courts. 
A Student-Liason program was initated in January to allow High-Schoolers to view college 
students "in action." In addition, the English department has proposed new minor 
concentrations in drama and in communications. Through the generosity of the Dean of Students 
and the Comptroller, the major entertainment budget of the Student Union was increased by 
$3000. To help it run more effectively, the S.G.A. sponsored a Leadership Workshop in January. 
And last but not least, the S.G.A. initiated a vending refund service for night students. These are 
about one-half of the items in which the Augusta College S.G.A. has been involved. 

As we go out from A.C. to explore new worlds and galaxies, we wish peace, prosperity, and 
happiness for everyone as they venture into the real world. 




John deBack 
President 




S.G.A. 
OFFICERS 



-^ Marie Kuhike 
Secretary 



Debra Moorehead 
Treasurer 




Jamie Casey 
Vice President 




VOTE FOR, 

)OHN deBACK FOR PRESIDENT 
JAMIE CASEY FOR VICE-PRESIDENT 
DEBRA MOOREHEAD FOR TREASURER 
MARIE KUHLKE FOR SECRETARY 

r Fellow Students: 

candidates for the executive offices of the Student 
iment Association, we are making our platform 
to the student body of Augusta College. We will 
age greater student participation enabling the SGA 
more sensitive to students' needs. We pledge 
ued improvement of the academic and social 
nments around campus, 
ideas for which we stand are: 

Initiation of a speed reading course 

Initiation of a "How to Study" course. 

Establishment of a journalism minor. 

Construction of adequate facilities for the disabled 

students. 

Adequate food and refund service for the night 

Dining area facilities for the weekend students. 
Placement of picnic tables around campus. 
Renewal of bid for new tennis courts. 
Initiati on of a "Practical Experience" program with 
the greater community- 
Improved parking facilities, 
A quarterly letter to the parents of the entering 



freshmen consisting of information concerning 
college studying habits. 

For further explanation, please read on. 

Explanation of our ideas: 

I, -II. For the academic benefit of the student, we would 

like to see initiated at Augusta College a speed 
reading course, and a "How to Study" course. We 
feel that such courses would provide an invaluable 
tool to the student pursuing a college career. 

Ml. We hope to significantly improve the quality of the 

writing in the Bellringer by instituting a journalism 
minor at Augusta College. 

IV. Of major concern to us is the lack of ramps and rails 
for the students confined to wheelchairs. We 
pledge to work for the construction of adequate 
ramps and facilitation to alleviate this problem 
from our campus, 

V. We would like to see improved and extended 
cafeteria service made available to the night 
students by reshuffling student funds. We would 
also like to place sign-up sheets at various vending 
locations making refunds more available to the 
night students, 

V!, A problem we wish to solve for the weekend 

students deals with the lack of dinmg area 
containing tables and chairs. We feel that with a 
minimum of effort, the faculty lounge in Butler 
Hall adjacent to the snack bar, could be turned into 



a weekend dining area for students use. 
Since we do have many days of fair weather, we 
feel that the placement of picnic tables in select 
spots around campus would provide an added 
convenience where students could eat, relax, and 
study, 

the perennial campaign 
College involves the 
courts. In the spirit of the 
jr duty to renew the age 






past, we feel that 
old quest for new 
We seek to establish a "Practical Experience" 
program for persons in their freshman and 
sophomore years. This program would allow the 
student to view his "goals" in the "real" world, 
thus allowing him to more positively decide on the 
major of his choice. We hope that this program will 
eliminate the "trapped senior" syndrome. 
Improved parking is perhaps one of the more 
difficult problems we hope to solve in our 
platform. Without promising results, we pledge to 
do our best in this problemed area. 
We feel that a very tactful letter written to entering 
freshmen's parents would aid the parents 
understanding of the amount of studying an 
incoming freshman is requied to do. 




Louis R. Navarro 



David Rainey, Steve Green, Karen Crane, Mari Roukoski 




Steven Neck, Jamie Casey, Susan Pell, Ron irick 



Robin Grace, Teresa Long, Crai 
Doolittle, Alice deSaavedra 



There were a total of 14 people running for president, Vice-president, secretary, and 
treasurer of SGA for the 78 - 79 school year. These people (and other sundry campaign 
workers), pestered you from one end of campus to another. The tenth time you heard, "Vote 
for 1" (fill in the blank), you were gonna kill. 

Every candidate knew he or she was best qualified for the job. Every candidate knew that, 
once elected, he or she could keep every serious and rash promise made. Every candidate 
hoped the A.C. student body had sense enough to vote the right way. 

Jamie Casey beat out Alice deSaavedra, Steve Green, and Louis Navarro by 39 votes for 
the office of president. Craig Doolittle led the race for vice-president, winning by 2 votes 
over Ron irick, Mari Roukouski, and Gerald Caldwell (who?). Teresa Long, with 368 votes, 
coasted into the position of secretary, thawrting Karen Crane and Steve Neck. Finally, Robin 
Grace was victorious, beating Susan Pell and David Rainey by 48 votes. 

Congratulations to the winners. To the losers — at least you had the guts to run. 

Robert Moore 



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CHARTERED: May 4, 1976 

PURPOSE: The Modern Dance Club was established to promote the art of dancing at Augusta College and 
in the community. 




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CHARTERED: May 1972 
PURPOSE: Alpha Delta Pi was estab- 
lished to provide for its membership 
an organization which encourages 
high academic and cultural standards 
to encourage, foster, and develop a 
spirit of unity among between its 
members at the College; to promote 
trust and cooperation among the 
members; to promote a stronger 



Sisterhood among its members; and to 
develop in its membership perpetual 
leadership qualities in conjunction 
with mental and intellectual growth. 
This year Alpha Delta Pi Sorority is 
going to sponsor a Foster Grandparent 
Club where they adopt Elderly men 
and women at The Blair House, a rest 
home. They also plan to help with the 
Mother's March of Dimes. 



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CHARTERED: MAY 19, 1972 
PURPOSE: Zeta Tau Alpha is and shall be a 
secret organization which will uphold the 
traditions and ideals of Augusta College. It 
was established to create lifelong fulfilling 
friendships in a bond of sisterhood, and to 
encourage and develop a spirit of unity 
between it's membership and the college. 








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CHARTERED: October 13, 1976 
PURPOSE: "We, the Brothers of 
Delta Chi Fraternity, believe that 
great advantages are derived 
from the Brotherhood of Col- 
lege men, appreciate that close 
associations may promote 
friendships, develop character, 
advance justice, and assist in the 
acquisition of a sound educa- 
tion." Annually, Delta Chi raises 



money for the Empty Stocking 
Fund and the Mother's March of 
Dimes. This Winter, the Frater- 
nity will raise money for the 
American Lung Association and 
every Spring sponsor the 
"SUPERTEAMS" events, a series 
of competitions that are open to 
all organizations in the 
community. 




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CHARTERED: February 2, 1976 
PURPOSE: Omega Psi Phi was 
established for the 
purpose of bringing 
about a union of col- 
lege men of similar 
high ideas of scholar- 
ship and manhood in 
order: (1) To stimulate 
the attainment of 
ideals and ambitions of 
it's members; (2) To 
disseminate and in- 
culate those ideals 
among those with 
whom it's members 
come in contact; (3) To 
cooperate with the 
schools where it's 



chapters may be locat- 
ed, in fostering these 
ideals; (4) To occupy a 
progressive helpful 
and constructive place 
in the civic and poli- 
tical life of the 
community and of the 
nation; (5) To prepare 
it's members for 
greater usefulness in 
the causes of humani- 
ty, freedom, dignity of 
the individual; (6) To 
aid down-trodden 
humanity in it's effort 
to achieve higher 
social, economic, and 
intellectual status. 



Pi Kappa Pki 




CHARTERED: April, 1971 

PURPOSE: The Gamma Psi of Pi 
Kappa Phi Fraternity is 
becoming a tradition at 
Augusta College. Over 
eighty young men have 
been initiated into this 
fraternal organization 
since Gamma Psi was 
chartered. Through the 
years on our campus, 
this organization has 
encouraged the physi- 
cal, social, and academic 
growth of it's members. 
As the oldest fraternity 
of Augusta College, Pi 
Kappa Phi has been very 
active over the past year. 
A.C. was well represent- 



ed at the Supreme 
Chapter convention of 
Pi Kappa Phi held in New 
Orleans this past August. 
Pi Kappa Phi has recently 
funded and constructed 
an educational center 
and playground for 
mentally children locat- 
ed near Charlotte, North 
Carolina. The Augusta 
college chapter has been 
active in community 
affairs also, participating 
in the local Scouting 
program. United Way, 
Mothers March of 
Dimes, Lung Associa- 
tion, and other 
community projects. 





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CLUB BIOGRAPHIES 



ORIGINAL CHARTER: November 22, 1976 
PURPOSE: The Alpha Phi Alpha interest club seeks to 
aid and assist in further character 
development and leadership traits through 
education and social interaction. 

CHARTERED: 1964 

PURPOSE: The Tri- Beta Club, Kappa Kappa Chapter, 
was chartered as the Augusta College 
Biology Club. It was in 1974 that they 
received their National Charter and changed 
their name to Tri-Beta. The Club was 
established to provide avenues for 
expanding the scope of Biology for those 
students majoring in the field. The Club 
provides an opportunity for its members to 
work with others in the same field of study 
on campus. This shall also be a part of the 
professional training of the members of the 
Club. 

CHARTERED: November 28, 1967 

PURPOSE: The purpose of the Chess Club is to promote 
good sportsmanship and fellowship among 
the members, to promote the popularity of 
the game of Chess, to conduct leagues and 
tournaments, and to arrange matches with 
other clubs. 

CHARTERED: May 20, 1975 

PURPOSE: The principal purposes and aims of Delta 
Sigma Theta Sorority are cultural and 
educational; to establish, maintain, and 
encourage high cultural, intellectual, and 
moral standards among it members; to 
engage in public service programs and to 
promote and encourage achievements in 
education by granting scholarships and 



other assistance in accordance with its 
Constitution and By-Laws, to worthy and 
deserving members of the organization and 
to other individuals at it's own discretion; to 
govern, supervise, control, and regulate the 
other Chapters of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 
established under the authority and sanction 
of this organization. 

CHARTERED: Fall 1966 

PURPOSE: The History Club was established in order to 
create an informal and, at times, a formal 
forum for the exchange of ideas; to sponsor 
dialogue between the students and 
professionals; and to assist in bringing to the 
College community an awareness of 
scholarly achievement. 

CHARTERED: May 4, 1976 

PURPOSE: The Modern Dance Club was established to 
promote the art of dancing at Augusta 
College and in the community. 

CHARTERED: June 21, 1973 

PURPOSE: Panhellenic Council was established for the 
purpose of: (1) Maintaining a high plane of 
fraternity life and interfraternity relations. (2) 
Furthering fine intellectual accomplish- 
ments and sound scholarship. (3) Cooperat- 
ing with the college administration in the 
maintenance of high social standards. (4) 
Compiling rules governing rushing, 
pledging, and initiation. (5) Fostering a spirit 
of friendliness, cooperation, and good will 
between fraternity and non-fraternity 
members. (6) Acting upon such questions of 
mutual fraternity government as shall arise 
from time to time. 



CLUB BIOGRAPHIES 



CHARTERED: February 17, 1977 

PURPOSE: The Pre-Veterinary Association was 
established to: (1) Stimulate student interest 
in veterinary medicine and to familiarize it's 
members with what to expect and what is 
expected of them in pre-veterinary school, 
veterinary school, and as veterinarians. (2) By 
representation of pertinent information 
regarding curriculum, scholastic requir- 
ements and other information on the 
P.V.A.A.C. will endeavor to promote a 
higher scholastic standard, and to evaluate 
the quality of the individuals entering the 
veterinary schools. (3) Provide a time for 
Pre-veterinary students to share their 
common interests. 

CHARTERED: 1964 

PURPOSE: The Republican Club, previously the Young 
Republican Club, was established to: (1) 
Bring young people into the Republican 
Party and to provide an opportunity for 
them to find political expression and 
recognition. (2) Train young people as 
effective political workers and cooperate in 
the election of candidates of the Republican 
Party. (3) Foster and encourage the activities 
of the Republican Party and promote it's 
ideals. (4) Collect, analyze, discuss and 
disseminate information concerning 
political affairs. (5) Instill intergrity in an 
effort to promote quality government. 

CHARTERED: May 4, 1977 

PURPOSE: Rotaract Club of Augusta College was 
established to develop leadership and 
responsible citizenship through service to 
the community. The club will enable the 
members to further involve themselves with 
their community and extend the link 
between the college and the community. 

CHARTERED: Spring, 1973 

PURPOSE: The "Sand Hills" is the Augusta College 
literary magazine. This annual publication is 



issued during Spring quarter by a student 
staff. 

CHARTERED: April 25, 1975 

PURPOSE: The objects of The Student Affiliates of the 
American Chemical Society are to afford an 
opportunity for the students of Chemistry, 
Chemical Engineering, and related diciplines 
to become better acquainted, to secure the 
intellectual stimulation that arises from 
professional associations, to obtain 
experience in preparing and presenting 
technical material before chemical 
audiences, to foster professional spirit 
among the members, to instill a professional 
pride in Chemistry and Chemical Engineer- 
ing, and to foster an awareness of the 
responsibilities and challenges of the 
modern Chemist. 

CHARTERED: Fall, 1970 

PURPOSE: WACG is the radio voice of Augusta College 
with studios located in Boykin Wright Hall 
on the Augusta College Campus. The 
transmitter is located in Beech Island, South 
Carolina. WACG transmits on an assigned 
frequency of 90.7 MHZ with 6.5 KW of 
effective radiated power. The broadcasts are 
made possible by a gift from the Ann C. 
Langdon Estate. The format of programs 
consists of local interviews, educational 
network programs, and every type of music. 
WACG-FM, the first educational radio in the 
University System, employs student 
announcers. Since our authorization, 
facilities at Georgia Tech have been 
completed and facilities at Georgia State 
University are being constructed. WACG- 
FM is the University System's most powerful 
voice. 

CHARTERED: 1973 

PURPOSE: The Wesley Foundation was established to 

promote spiritual growth among the 

students at Augusta College. 



Club Directory 



ALPHA DELTA PI 
TERI ANDERSON 
KATHY BURNS 
PHYLLIS CANTLEY 
NANCY CARTER 
WARIDA CHESTNUT 
TEENA CUNNINGHAM 

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CINDY FLYNN 
CAROLYN JENKINS 
CONNIE JACOBS 
MELISSA KERN 
DONNA JEAN LAWLOR 
CINDY LOAR 
DALE LAM 
MARY SUE MACKE 
DEBI NICHOLS 
CHARLYNN 0,NEAL 
DEBBIE PARKER 
KIM POGUE 
SHELIA RYAN 
VERONICA SQUYRES 
LEIGH ANN SMITH 
KAY TREMAINE 
JANET WHITAKER 
JOANNE WHITAKER 
SHELIA ADAMS 
MARY BOWLES 
LISA CAPERS 
TERI CASEY 
MARILEE ENGLISH 
MARGIE HUDSON 
ROCHELLE JOHNSON 
JOANNE LAWLOR 
THERESA LONG 
BETH MOOREHEAD 
JOANNE PULASKI 
NICK! UPTON 

ALPHA PHI ALPHA 
RICHARD ATHEY 

PRESIDENT 
BERNARD JOHNSON 

VICE PRESIDENT 
ALEXANDER SULLIVAN 

SECRETARY 
RICHARD BARNES 

TREASURER 
JAMES STALLINGS 

ADVISOR 

BAPTIST STUDENT 

UNION 
CATHY WILLIAMS 
JENNIFER HAMMOND 



PAM PLEMMONS 
DORIS BENSON 
CLIFFORD KELLY 
CLIFF HULL 
JIM KIRK 
PAM JORDAN 
CARLENE REVILLE 
LAUREN WASHINGTON 
LYDIA BOYD 
RONALD JOHNSON 
SANDRA JEAN 

JOHNSON 
STEVE BROWN 
CURTIS CROWN 
PATTI ETTERLE 
CAROL JENNINGS 
CHARLIE LUKE 
PATTI ROGALEWICZ 

BLACK STUDENT 

UNION 
JONATHON MILLS 
DEBBIE MOOREHEAD 
ROBIN GRACE 
PHYLLIS TROWELL 
WILLIE LIOWNS 
DENISE TUTT- 

VICE PRESIDENT 
ALITA JAMES - 

SECRETARY 
TONY TERELL 
VONZETTA THOMAS 
VALARIE OWENS 
DORETHEA ARCHIE 
MARY PARKS 
CELIA A. McNEAR 
WILLIAM HUGHES 
ANGELE CANDY 
EDWARD WESTBROOK 
CAROLYN JACKSON 
MS. VANESSA A. 

PETERSON 
DIANE L. DOWNS 
ANN PARIS 
ANETT MACKIE 
JOHN ADAMS 
WALTER CLARK JR.- 

PRESIDENT 
CYNTHIA SCOTT 
TOMMY GARETT 
LOLA SCOTT 
DIANE SMITH 
WALTER CLARK SR. 
WILLIE BENNEFIELD 
DOUG COLLINS 



BERNARD JOHNSON - 
TREASURER 

CHESS CLUB 
PAUL HAGUE 

PRESIDENT 
STEVE GREEN 

VICE PRESIDENT 
FRANK SIMPSON 
JOHN DEBACK 

DELTA CHI 
GREG BROOKS 
EDDIE BUTLER 
KEITH GALLAGER 
DAVID GAY 
JOE HARRIS 
FRANK LANE 
DON LETEER 
MIKE MERKA 
LOUIS NAVARRO 
JOE NEELEY 
JIM OTWELL 
MARK OVERSTREET 
GARY PELOQUIN 
GREG PETERSON 
DON PRELESNIK 
ROBERT RHODES 
DAVID WEATHERS 
PETER WOLFERT 

DELTA SIGMA THETA 
SYLVIA WALTON 

PRESIDENT 
PHYLLIS TROWELL 

TREASURER 
DEBRA NOBLES 

CORR. SECRETARY 
SYLVIA CLARK 

RFC. SECRETARY 
MONICA MCGAHEE 

FINANCIAL 
SECRETARY 
JEANNETTE BELL 
SONYA HATNEY 
JANET SIMMONS 
LORETTA WILLIAMS 

DENTAL CLUB 
ERNIE KEPLER 
LEON LEONARD 
SUSAN PEARSON 
STEVE ANDREWS 
DAVID HOLLOW AY 
MYRIAM MIRAS 
RICHARD ANDERSON 



DENNIS MOBERG 
PAUL HAGUE 
DIANE ADAMS 

EKKLESIA 
CLIFF HULL - 

PRESIDENT 
JIM FAULKNER - 

VICE PRESIDENT 
FRANCIS SEXTON 
DEBRA COOK 
SUE ALLINDER 
JOHNNY WALSH 
JENNIFER HAMMOND 
CINDY BRANCH 
DAVID STEELE 
WAYMOND HUNTLEY 
RHETTA WARREN 
MARK ESPITALLIER 
KAY SWAIN 
KIRK CAMERON 
KATHY DYSART 
DAVID RAINEY 
BERNARD HINSON 
CARLENE REVILLE 
ROBERT MOORE 
PAT RODGERS 
CLIFF KELLEY 
DEBBIE JOHNSON 
JOHNNY MURRAY 
BETTY SELLERS 
CATHY WILLIAMS 
DORIS BENSON 
SANDRA JOHNSON 
ARNOLD JOHNSON 
DONNA HOWARD 
MARY ANN JOSEY 
CAROLINE TAYLOR 



EUCLIDEAN SOCIETY 
JOHN ADAMS 
CLIFFORD KELLEY 
JAMES TUSSEY 
JAMES BECKWORTH 

TREASURER 
JANE TWILLEY - 

SECRETARY 
LOUIS R. 

NAVARRO III 
DAVID KUNKEL 
DR. GERALD 

THOMPSON 
BRIAN CRANDALL - 
PRESIDENT 



VICTOR L. THREAT - 
VICE PRESIDENT 

HISTORY CLUB 
JAY HANCOCK 

PRESIDENT 
BILL THIGPEN 

VICE PRESIDENT 
MARK WILBY 

SEC. -TREASURER 
ROBERT BROWN 
PAT BORDEN 
DAVID STEELE 
HANK EDMUNDSON 
BOB MAY 
ELLISON TURNER 
JULIE OWINGS 
BEN ROSS 
SYLVIA WALTON 
MIKE BECK 
LINNIE HARMON 
JOE MEEHAN 
MARION MARSHALL 
WILLIAM B. MORRIS 
PERRY MCDANIEL 
KATHY POOLE 

LE SALON 

ROY BROUSSARD 

RANDALL COWART 

CAROL FUCHS 

MARY-MARGARET 

GOODALE 
KARRON HAINES 
JOHN HEWETT 
PHILIP HOWE 
SIGRID HULL 
MARGIE JOE 
DONNA JEAN LAWLOR 
TERRY MEREDITH 
STELLA 

NORTHINGTON 
KATHY O'TUEL 
TODD PITTMAN 
RANDY WALL 
DUDLEY BOWDEN, JR. 

MEMBRE HONORAIRE 

MODERN DANCE 

CLUB 
DONNA WALKER 

PRESIDENT 
VALERIE WEBB 

VICE PRESIDENT 
LISA SHADDEN 

SEC-TREASURER 
BRENDA BRIGHAM 
ANITA CHAMBERS 



KARRON HAINES 
ALESIA JOHNSON 
PATTI LACONA 
JIM LYNES 
CHRIS MARKUM 
DEBBIE MARTIN 
VANESSA PETERSON 
KATRINA POWELL 
TINA SHAMBER 
QANGELA SMITH 
VERONICA SQUYRES 
SUSAN WHITE 
BEVERLY MYERS 

OMEGA PSI PHI 
JOHN ADAMS 

BASILEUS 
PETE EASON 

VICE BASILEUS 
CHARLES LYONS 

KEEPER OF RECORDS 

AND SEAL 
COLLINS LYONS 

ASST. KEEPER OF 

RECORD AND SEAL 
JAMES JOHNSON 
KEEPER OF FINANCE 
GREG ALDRIDGE 

ASST KEEPER OF 

FINANCE 
COLLINS LYONS 

CHAPLAIN 
MELVIN BELL 

KEEPER OF PEACE 
MICHAEL CARR 

CHAPTER EDITOR 
CARL HENDERSON 
JOHN BEAL 
WALTER CLARK SR. 
CHARLES MARTIN 

ADVISOR 
JOHN HARDY 

ADVISOR 

PI KAPPA PHI 
BILL AGOSTAS 
CRAIG ALLEN 
ERIC CENTER 
JEFF DEAN 
EMMETT HALL 
ART HARDY 
PEPPER MYERS 
BROOKS KEEL 
STEVE NECK 
PAUL SANDERS 
MIKE SMITH 
CLARENCE GAVITT 
CLIFF KEESEE 



JEFF SEXTON 
GERALD MARSHALL 
BOB TURNER 
GRAY MEMORY 
ROBIN BAILIE 
BILL WILSON 
BRIAN WILSON 
ANDY CHEEK 
MAX BLANCO 
DENNIS JONES 
ERNEST MCPEAKE 
GARY PARSONS 
GEORGE YODER 
TOM CRAWFORD 

POLITICAL SCIENCE 

CLUB 
SUZIE MARTIN 
MICHAEL BLAKELY 
MARION ROLAND 
BECKI HANCOCK 
CHRIS BRADY 
BRUCE HEWETT 
MELISSA KERN 
GEORGE CHAMPION 
GREGG BROOKS 
LOUIS NAVARRO 
BILL THIGPEN 
CARL DELOACH 
CHARLIE VADER 
MARY BOOTH 
GREGG BAUMOARTNER 
TOMMY HODGES 
RANDY HALL 
HERB ALON 
KEN DAILY 
ROBIN GRACE 
CARL DUKES 
JAMES WEBB 
M. ORTIZ 

WILLIAM SUTHERLAND 
THORA MURPHY 

SOCIOLOGY CLUB 
MARY A. LOTT 
ANNE WRIGHT - 

SECRETARY-TREASURER 
SUSIE WHITE 
CASS BUSH - 

VICE PRESIDENT 
LOUIS R. NAVARRO III 
MARI ROUKOSKI 
SHARONNIA WILLIAMS 
BRUCE HEWETT 
WILLIAM "DOC" 

SUTHERLAND- 
PRESIDENT 
HENRY BROWN 



BILL SCOGGINS 
MARY D. BROWN 
JOY BASS 
BETTY CATCH 
ELLIS B. RAMSEY 
ROBERT RHODES 
DEBRA MOOREHEAD 
BETTE DINUNZIO 
B. J. BUTLER 
TERRI THOMPSON 
NANCY USRY 
GEORGINA TINSLEY 
PENNY BROWN 
JAMES H. BELL 
DEMPSEY "SMITTY" 

SMITH 
ROBERT BROWN 
GREG BROOKS 

STUDENT ASSOC. OF 

EDUCATORS 
GINA ADAMS 
KATHRYN ALLEN 
JANICE ASHMORE 
FAITH ATHEY 
JUDY AVERY 
VERONICA BING 
ESTHER BLANCHARD 
THERESA BONTEMPO 
RICHARD BOPP 
TERESA BROWN 
KAY BULLARD 
CHERYL BURCH 
KAREN BURGESS 
GINA CAMPBELL 
RHONDA CARROLL 
BETTY COLEMAN 
DEBORAH COX 
CHERYL DAVIS 
BEVERLY DICKSON 
KAREN DIXON 
GAY DOWDY 
JANIS ELLENBERG 
MARY FARR 
DEBRA FAULK 
JACKIE FERGUSON 
ISAETTA GARRETT 
RALPH GRAHAM 
BARBARA GRANTHAM 
GLYND GRANTHAM 
JEFFREY GROSSMAN 
PATRICIA GUAY 
MYRA HADDEN 
JOY HAMRICK 
JENNY HANCOCK 
ELEANOR HARVEY 



Club Directory 



WALTER HARWOOD 
GARALYNN HAUSER 
ANDRALYN HOBBS 
RITA HOLLEY 
LOl HOPKINS 
MARY HORTON 
CONNIE JACOBS 
DENISE JAMES 
KATHRYN JEFFERS 
VICKIE JOHNSON 
MARION JORDON 
CLIFFORD KELLEY 
DAVID LAND 
MARIE KUHLKE 
PATRICIA LESHER 
BETTY LLEWELLYN 
ALVIN LOTZ 
JEANIE LYLE 
BARBARA JONAS 
DEBRA MARKHAM 
MARGARET MARSHALL 
MONICA McGAHEE 

MARY Mckenzie 

ADIS OLSON 
SHIRLEY ROBINETTE 
JANICE ROUSE 
RUDOLPH MAYS 
SHERILYN McKEE 
NANCY MITCHELL 
WILBER MONROE 
KAY MOORE 
KAREN MULHERIN 
MARIA NUTT 
BARBARA PIPER 
DEBORAH PITTMAN 
MARY RHODES 
LORRAINE SADLER 
CHRISTY SCHRAMM 
BRENDA SHIVER 
JOAN SIMMONS 
ANGELA SMITH 
VICKIE SMITH 
WILLIAM STALK 
SANDRA STRENGTH 
DONNA STUMP 
ELAIN SWANSON 
NAN TAM 
JILL THOMAS 



KATHY TYLER 
JAN VAN EPPS 
NINA WAGGONER 
ELAINE WALKER 
MARY WRIGHT 
LORRAINE 

YARBROUGH 
PAMELA ZEIGLER 
B. JAN VAN EPPS 

STUDENT 

GOVERNMENT 
ASSOCIATION 
JOHN DEBACK 

PRESIDENT 
JAMIE CASEY 
VICE PRESIDENT 
MARIE KUHKLE 
DEBRA MOOREHEAD 
ALICE DE SAAVEDRA 
JANICE COLLINS 
MICHAEL BENNETT 
ANN JOHNSON 
STEPHEN GREEN 
PAUL HAGUE 
MARI ROUKOSKI 
KAY TREMAINE 
RON IRICK 
JAY HANCOCK 
BRIAN CRANDALL 
GREGG BROOKS 
WARIDA CHESTNUT 
TERI ANDERSON 
BOBBY DAVIS 
JANE TWILLY 
VICKIE SMITH 
TERRY MEREDITH 
CARL DUKES 
PAUL KOVOLEW 
VALERIE WEBB 
JAMES HUGGINS 
BOB WOODS 
JOHN ADAMS 
JOHN WOOD 
JONI NEGRON 
PENNY BROWN 
ANDREW JACKSON 
HUERY BENTLEY 



KAY WALTERS 
RANDY WALL 
WILLIAM 

SUTHERLAND 

STUDENT NURSES 

ASSOCIATION 
ANNE DUNHAM 
BRENDA GOOLSBY 
VICKI PHELPS 
DEBRA AYLOR 
NEILL HESS 
PAM POLLOCK 
KITTY BRITTINGHAM 

PRESIDENT 
SARA ANTHONY 
VICE PRESIDENT 
TANA LANDRUM 

SECRETARY 
MARSHA FARMAN 

TREASURER 
CAROL WARREN 
BERTIE MIMS 
PEGGY REID 
LIBBY SIMS 
PAT GRAHAM 
LYDIA MCCORKLE 
KRISTAL WYATT 
BUFF RUCKER 
MARTHA GARRIS 
RANDA STEELE 
MARGARET WILLIAMS 
TRESSA BOSTON 
ANGIE USHER 
JACQUELINE NOWAK 
KAY CRAFT 
SUSIE COLVIN 
DEBRA WADE 
JUDY GIBBS 
NANCY ANDERSON 

VETRANS 

ASSOCIATION 
DEMPSEY SMITH 

CHAIRMAN 
CARL DUKES 

VICE CHAIRMAN 
CHARLES VALDER 

SECRETARY 



TREASURER 
ALBERT BENNETT 
ALFRED THURSTON 
DONALD MARTIN 
ROBIN GRACE 
JOEL SICARD 
ART HOLLIDAY 
WILLIAM SUTHERLAND 
CARL MOATS 
PAUL RUSSELL 
HUBERT APPLING 
EDWARD WESTBROOK 
BARBARA JOHNSON 
JOHN DEBACK 
CARL DELOACH 
R. W. SEGAR 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 
JOY ADAMS 
AMY CHANCE 
JEANIE CLARK 
DAWN COOK 
COLLEEN DORSETT 
KAREN GRANDINETTI 
KATHY HARDY 
SUSAN HARWOOD 
MARY RUTH HILL 
DENISE HODGENS 
DARLENE IVEY 
SHARON KELLEY 
MARIE KUHLKE 
BRENDA LOCKE 
KATHLEEN McLAIN 
SISSY MITCHELL 
VONNICE PADGETT 
LISA PERRY 
CINDY TANNER 
LIBBY WHALEY 
ZELL WOOD 
DEBBIE HUNT 
VICKIE JACKSON 
KAREN LANDRUM 
MICHELLE MARTIN 
STACY NANCE 
LESLIE PRUDEN 
KAY QUATTLEBAUM 
CARYL WILLIAMSON 
MARY WRIGHT 



ADMINISTRATION AND FA 




NOIiV^iSINIVMaV AiinDV 



DR. GEORGE A. CHRISTENBERR^ 



PRESIDENT 



ACADEMIC DEAN 



\ 




Dr. ). Cray Dinwiddle; Academic Dean 





Dr. Harold Moon; Associate Academic Dean 



Dr. John L. McNeal; Assistant Academic Dean 



DEAN OF STUDENTS 




Mr. J. W. Galloway; Dean of Students 



Mr. Roscoe Williams; Assistant Dean of Students 



COLLEGE DATA SYSTEMS 




Not Pictured 

Mrs. Rebecca Brady 

Key Punch Operator 
Mrs. Nicolette DeLoach 

Computer Operator 
Ms. Linda Main 

Computer Operations 

Supervisor Trainee 
Mr. Robert Thies 

Systems Designer II 
Ms. Karen Vinson 

Programmer I 



Mr. Randall Thursby; Director 



BIOLOGY 




Dr. Judith G. Baroutsis; Assistant Professor 
62 



Dr. James H. Bickert; Associate Professor Dr. John B. Black; Associate Professor 



CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS 



Not Pictured 

Dr. Silas D. Lewis; Associate Professor 




Dr. Janice B. Turner; Chairman and Professor 



Dr. Silvia G. Richart; Associate Professor 



Dr Harry F. Bowsher; Professor 



BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 




Mr. William L Whatley, Associate Professor Mrs. Mary K. Lisko; Temporary InstnirK 




Dr. Charles R. Holloman; Professor 

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Mr. Felton H. Moore; Temporary Instructor Dr. Otha L. Gray; Chairman & Professor 



Mrs. Jean W. Godin; Associate Professor 



NOT PICTURED 

Dr. Martha K. Farmer; Associate Professor 

Mr. Cecil G. Foster, Jr.; Assistant Professor 

Mr. James W. Kelley; Temporary Assistant Professor 

Dr. Michael E. McLeod; Assistant Professor 

Dr. Philip D. Rutsohn; Assistant Professor 

Dr. Norman C. Schaffer; Associate Professor 

Mr. William P. Wansboro; Temporary Instructor 




NOT PICTURED 



EDUCATION 



Dr. Ceraldine W. Hargrove; Chairman & Professor 
Dr. Elige W. Hickman; Assistant Professor 
Dr. Louise L. McCommons; Associate Professor 
Dr. Frank M. McMillan; Associate Professor 
Mrs. Karen S. Sheppo; Temporary Instructor 
Dr. Lyie R. Smith; Associate Professor 




Dr. Frank R. Tubbs; Associate Professo 



Dr. Linda Clary; Associate Professor 



Dr. Mary A. Christenberry; Associate Professor 



FINE ARTS 



NOT PICTURED 



Mr. Richard J. Frank; Instructor 
Mr. Harry M. Jacobs; Professor 




HISTORY & POLITICAL 
SCIENCE 



NOT PICTURED 

Dr. Calvin J. Billman; Professor 
Mr. Spyros J. Dalis; Associate Professor 
Dr. David M. Foley; Associate Professor 
Mrs. Jeanne L. Jensen; Instructor 
Dr. Charles D. Saggus 




Dr. Thomas W. Ramage; Associate Professor 



Dr. Helen Callahan; Associate Professor Dr. Paul F. Taylor; Associate Professor 



MATHEMATICS AND 
COMPUTER SCIENCE 



NOT PICTURED 

Mr. Albert M. Brown; Assistant 

Professor 

Mrs. Patricia M. Snyder; Temporary 

Instructor 




Dr. James M. Benedict; Assistant Professor 



Dr. George G. Thompson; Associate 
Professor 



Dr. Anna K Hamrick, Assistant Professor 




Mrs. Elizabeth H. Bryan; Assistant Professor Dr. BrII E. Bompart; Professor 



LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 




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Dr. )ohn C. May; Assistant Professor 



Mrs, Colette C. Avril; Assistant 
Professor 



Dr. William J. Johnson; Chairman & Professor 



NOT PICTURED 

Mrs. Rosemary DePaolo; Instructor 

Ms. Bonnie D. Devet; Temporary Instructor 

Mr. Dave E. Huffstetler; Assistant Professor 

Mr. ). Kenneth Jackson, Jr.; Temporary Instructor 

Dr. Rhonda E. Johnson; Associate Professor 

Mrs. Lillie B. Jugurtha; Instructor 

Mrs. Carol E. Williams; Instructor 

Dr. Charles L. Willig; Professor 





Mr. James H. Smith; Assistant Professor 



Dr. Samuel Duncan; Associate Professor ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^. ^^^^^^^^tg professor 




Mr. Duncan B. Smith; Assistant Professor 



Mrs. Marya M. DuBose; Assistant Professor 






Mr. Charles T. Freeman; Assistant 
Professor 



Mr. Ernest B. Merry; Instructor 



Ms. Mary-Kathleen Gernant; Assistant 
Professor 



SPECIAL STUDIES 



NOT PICTURED 

Dr. Elizabeth A. House; Assistant Professor 




Dr. John W. Presley; Chairman & Assistant Professor 




Mr. John L. Harps; Instructor 

72 




Mrs. O'Greta M. Everett; instructor 



MILITARY SCIENCE 



tit 




NOT PICTURED: SFC Earl Savage; Instructor 



NURSING 



SFC Michael Hubbs; Instructor 

CPT Douglas Prior; Assistant 

Professor 

MAJ Clark D. Gilbertson; Assistant 

Professor 




NOT PICTURED 

Mrs. Mary H. Anderson; 

Temporary Assistant Professor 

Mrs. Grace P. Busbee; Assistant 

Professor 

Mrs. Emily S. Capers; Assistant 

Professor 

Mrs. Linda D. Dunaway; Assistant 

Professor 

Mrs. Bertee B. Gaylard; Assistant 

Professor 

Mrs. Frances G. Harley; Assistant 

Professor 

Mrs. Lois C. Norman; Assistant 

Professor 

Mrs. Connie H. Skalak; Associate 

Professor 



Miss Louise Bryant; Chairman & Associate Professor 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



NOT PICTURED 

Mr. Richard D. Harrison; Assistant Professor 
Mrs. Phyllis L. Howell; Assistant Professor 




Mr Dennis W. Burau; Assistant Professor 



Mrs. Estelle C. Johnson; Instructor 



PSYCHOLOGY 



NOT PICTURED 

Dr. Stewart L. Wiggins; Associate Professor 








Dr. Cecil A. Rogers, Jr.; Chairman & Professor 



Dr. Joanne Zimmerman; Assistant Professor Dr. Ed. M. Edmonds; Professor 







Dr. Stephen H. Hobbs; Associate Professor Dr. Delwin D. Cahoon; Professor 



Dr. Larry Goldman; Assistant Professor 




Dr. Nick A. DeFilippis; Assistant Professor 



SOCIOLOGY 



NOT PICTURED 

Mr. Robert M. Hammond; Temporary 

Instructor 

Mr. Philip L. Reichel; Assistant Professor 




Dr. Robert E. Frickey; Chairman & Associate Professor Dr. Dexter L. Burley; Assistant Professor 



Mrs. Ernestine H. Thompson; Temporary 
Instructor 



LIBRARY 



NOT PICTURED-Mrs. Emma Abraham, Library 
Assistant I; Mrs. Mary Craven, Administrative 
Assistant I; Mrs. Blanche Garrard, Library Assistant II; 
Mrs. Oneida Gibson, Administrative Assistant I; Mrs. 
Alice Goodman, Library Assistant I; Mrs. Judy Hale, 
Library Assistant II; Mrs. Elise Little, Library Assistant 
II; Mrs. Louise McMahon, Library Assistant I; Mrs. 
Mary Mulcay, Library Assistant II; Mr. John O'Shea, 
Library Assistant I; Mrs. Miriam Smith, Library 
Assistant II; Mrs. Johnnie Thomas, Library Assistant I; 
Mrs. Shirley Vernon, Library Assistant I; Mrs. 
Catherine Wolbert, Library Assistant II 




Mr. A. Ray Rowland; Librarian 
Professor 




Mr. Carlyle H. Shurtleff; Assistant 
Librarian & Assistant Professor 



Mrs. Virginia E. deTreville; Assistant Mrs. Viola A. Sawyer; Assistant 
Librarian & Assistant Professor Librarian & Assistant Professor 





Mrs. Marguerite F. Fogleman; Associate 
Librarian & Assistant Professor 



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Mrs. Marsha J. McCuriey; Ms. Teresa Wright; Library Assistant Mr. Fred L. Lambert; Assistant 

Assistant Librarian & Instructor Librarian & Assistant Professor 




ADMISSIONS 




Mrs. Sandra Fowler; Admissions Dr. Donald Smith; Director 

Counselor 



Mrs. Barbara Lowe; Admissions Mr. Lee Deason; Admissions 

Counselor Counselor 



CONTINUING EDUCATION 




Mr. Thomas Riley; Director & Associate Professor Ms. Sharon Covitz; Assistant Director 

78 



PROJECT DAY CARE 




FINE ARTS ACTIVITIES 




NOT PICTURED 



Mr. Harry M. Jacobs; Director 



Mr. Henry Thomas; Auditorium Manager 



STUDENT BOARDS 



NOT PICTURED i 

Mrs. lanette Kelly; Clerk I | 

Mrs. Margie Keys; Clerk II ] 

Mrs. Mario Mclver; Administrative Assistant I i 
Ms. Catherine Thibault; Clerk I 




Mr. S. Lee Wallace; Registrar 



TESTING 



Mr. Amos Hurt; Clerk 





Mr. Julian Heyman; Director 




Mrs. Elizabeth Boyd; Psychometric Assistant 



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COLLEGE & PUBLIC SERVICES 



Mr. William H. Rodimon 



ALUMNI OFFICE 






>I^M «K a» JMS^IHI ' ^ 

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>« s« IM »« I 



Ms. Naomi Barnard; Alumni Development Specialist 



PUBLIC INFORMATION 




NOT PICTURED 

Mrs. Marian Cheek; Information Specialist II 



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Mrs. Dee Davis; Information Specialist I 



COUNSELING CENTER 




Mr. Harry Thompson; Counselor 



PLACEMENT 



Miss Anne Sheppard; Counselor 



Dr. Barbara T. Speerstra; Director 




Mrs. Rita Rutsohn; Employment Counselor 



FINANCIAL AID 



NOT PICTURED 

Mrs. Evelyn Ellwanger; Student Financial 
Aid Counselor 



VETERAN AFFAIRS 




Mr. lames Stallings; Director 




Mr. Wade Gassman; Director 



PROCUREMENT 



NOT PICTURED 



Mr. )ohn Simms-Lee; Stores Clerk 1 
Mr. Casmier Szocinski; Supply Manager 




Mr. A. J. Hamilton; Director 



Mrs. Elizabeth Muns; Clerk I 



Mr. Lloyd Hurst; Mail Carrier 



COMPTROLLER 




Mr. Billy B. Thompson; Comptroller 



STUDENT ACTIVITIES 



NOT PICTURED 

Mr. James Poppe; Recreation Attendant 



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Mr. John Groves; Coordinator 





Mrs. Susan Keenan; Assistant Coordinator 




Ms. Kathryn Thompson, Assistant Coordinator 



BOOKSTORE 



NOT PICTURED 



Mrs. Leslie McCroan; Cashier-Clerk 
Mrs. Janice Wren; Clerk 1 




Mrs. Martha Arrington; Textbook Manager, Mrs. Betty Long; General Book Manager, Mrs. Mrs. Mary Bailey; Manager 

Elease Morgan; Assistant Manager 



CAFETERIA 




Mr. Barry Robinson; Food 
Service Worker 



Ms. Patricia Hawthorne; Food Service Worker 
■jl^ NOT PICTURED 

H^*|_ /^5l '^'"S- Alberta Ford; 

" 15' 4j§^^ Cook I 

Mr. James Wyse; Food 
Service Worker 





Mrs. Malinda Lowery; 
Cashier-Clerk I 



Mrs. Evelyn Lawson; Food Service Worker 
Mrs. Minnie Elam; Food Service Worker 



Mrs. Juanita K. Widener; Manager & Dietitun 



NOT PICTURED 



BUSINESS OFFICE 



Mr. Lawrence W. Morris, Jr.; Business Office 

Manager & Chief Accountant 

Mrs. Mary Adams; Cashier-Clerk II 

Mrs. Carolyn Lanford; Bookkeeping Machine 

Operator 

Mrs. Helen Story; Accounting Clerk M 




Mrs. Chris W. Dieck; Payroll Supervisor 



PERSONNEL 



Mrs. Cheryl Reese; Cashier- Clerk I 



Mrs. Adriance Seieler; Accountant I 



NOT PICTURED 

Mrs. Charlye M. Hickman; Personnel 
Assistant 




Mr. Alex Mura; Director 



PUBLIC SAFETY 




Mr. Julian Armstrong; 

Director 

Mr. Kenneth Holden; 

Public Safety Officer 

Mr. Calvin Cummings; 

Public Safety Officer 



NOT PICTURED 

Mr. James Bryant; Plumber I 

Mr. Johnny Cunningham; Air 

Conditioning Mechanic 

Mr. Marshall England; Maintenance 

Worker 

Mr. Ernest Hammonds; Auto 

Mechanic 

Mr. Mitchell Hutto; Electrician 

Mr. Albert Mason; Housekeeper 

Mr. William Peel; Painter I 

Mr. Thomas Wright; Carpenter II 



Mr. Otis Taylor; Public Safety 

Officer 

Mr. Fletcher Dyson; Public Safety 

Officer 

Mr. David Tordoff; Public Safety 

Officer 

Mr. John Baditoiu; Public Safety 

Officer 



PLANT OPERATIONS 




Mr. Robert Shanks; Director 



Mr. Baxter Vinson; Building 
Grounds Superintendent 



Mr. Thomas Crenshaw; Grounds Mr. William Allen; Director 

Superintendent 



SECRETARIES 




Mrs. Alice Bowen; Executive 
Secretary 



Mrs. Brenda Gunn; Secretary II 



Mrs. Katharine Harrison; 
Administrative Secretary 



Mrs. Ella Owens; Secretary II 




Mrs. Kathleen Bone; Secretary I Mrs. Catherine Shawver; Clerk II Ms. Cass Bush; Secretary II 



Mrs. Maxine Allen; Administrative 
Secretary 





Mrs. Frances Eddins; Administrative Mrs. Mary Gardiner; Administrative Mrs. Mary Dickson; Executive Ms. June Ledford; Secretary II 

Secretary Secretary Secretary 




Mrs. Sherry Sims; Secretary II Mrs. Anne Coleman; Secretary II Mrs. Doris Bussey; Secretary 11 Mrs. Roxanne Padgett; Secretary I 



SECRETARIES 




Mrs. Vera Wilkerson; Administrative Mrs. June Pritchett; Secretary II 
Secretary 



NOT PICTURED 



Ms. Linda Fulmer; Secretary II 



Mrs. Evelyn Earr; Executive 
Secretary 

Mrs. Suzanne Beckum; Secretary I 
Mrs. Barbara McTier; Secretary II 
Ms. Julie Bonds; Secretary I 
Miss Patsy Maynard; Secretary II 
Ms. Gloria Williams; Secretary II 
Mrs. Gigi McCutcheon; Secretary I 
Mrs. Betty Moore; Secretary II 
Mrs. Louise Aronow; Secretary II 
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1977 

ROSTER 

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CLINT GILBREATH 
BILLY GAMBLIN 
KEVIN BELCHER 
CLIFF POPELL 
STEVE BROWN 
MIKE O'BRIAN 
BOBBY SAUL 
JOHN TURNER 
FRED BEASLEY 
RALPH GRAHAM 
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TENNIS ROSTER 

1977 

KAY WALTERS 

JULIE OWINGS 

SUSAN KOPP 

PAM DUCKWORTH 

JULIE RABIN 

BECKIE MURDOCK 

LYNN RACHELS 

MARIE SMITH 

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1977 



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CARL JONES 
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JOE LEVY 
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RAYMOND SUMNER 
BRUCE BROTMAN 



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1977 

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BILLY QUATTLEBAUM 
DEAN NEWMAN 
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1978 

DENNIS MOBERG 
KIRK FARRAR 
JOHN CHANDLER 
DOUG BERNARD 
JOE DUMOND 
JEFF HOOVER 

KAREN FARRAR 
JAN RITCH 
LINDA DICKENS 
BARBARA OTYSON 
NELL CRAWLEY 
ROBIN WHITMORE 



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PETE EASON 



Pete Eason is a 5'10" Senior Guard 
from Waterbury, Connecticut. Pete 
was second in scoring with 449 points 
in 25 games which gave him. an 
average of 17.9 for the season. Pete 
also gave an incredible performance at 
the charity line all year long and 
produced an 81.1% average by 




making 95 free throws out of 117. 
"Sweet Pete" played his final game for 
Augusta College on March 4, 1978 in 
the District Tournament Champion- 
ships. He proved that he still was his 
old self by firing 33 points to end his 
College career. For the past two years 
Pete's quickness, shooting ability, and 



knowledge of the game made him an 
asset to the Augusta College team. 

Richard Tranum is a 6'6" Senior 
Forward from Augusta, Georgia. Rich 
is the only four year Jaguar on the 
team. He played 25 games this year 
and scored 169 points averaging 6.7 
for the season. Over the past four 



years for the Jags Rich has played in 90 
games in which he has scored 810 
points for an average of 9.0 points per 
game. He has pulled down 529 
rebounds for the Jags also. Rich was an 
asset to the Augusta College Basket- 
ball team and he will be missed by 
many. 




1977-1978 Basketball Record 



AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


76 


67 


BERRY COLLEGE 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


74 


49 


GA SOUTHWESTERN 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


69 


59 


GEORGIA COLLEGE 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


67 


71 


LANDER COLLEGE 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


71 


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UNC ASHVILLE 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


93 


81 


GEORGIA SOUTHERN 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


102 


71 


PIEDMONT COLLEGE 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


97 


76 


CUMBERLAND 
COLLEGE 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


91 


76 


MORRIS HARVEY 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


81 


68 


VALDOSTA STATE 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


71 


62 


UNC ASHVILLE 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


87 


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ARMSTRONG STATE 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


67 


63 


COLUMBUS COLLEGE 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


99 


58 


PIEDMONT COLLEGE 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


75 


72 


BELMONT ABBEY 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


74 


72 


WEST GEORGIA 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


69 


72 


ARMSTRONG STATE 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


69 


74 


COLUMBUS COLLEGE 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


67 


71 


WEST GEORGIA 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


99 


62 


PIEDMONT COLLEGE 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


60 


58 


BELMONT ABBEY 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


106 


91 


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80 


68 


GEORGIA COLLEGE 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


78 


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S.A.C. TOURNAMENT 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


101 


103VALDOSTA STATE 


DISTRICT TOURNAMENT 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


66 


86 


FLORIDA TECH 


AUGUSTA COLLEGE 


90 


91 


LIVINGSTON 




DARRELL 
HOLDER 




Darrell Holder is a 6'5" So- 
phomore Forward from Brooklyn, 
New York. Darrell, better known as 
"Doctor D", had a great year. He led 
the team in scoring, with 494 points in 
28 games which gave him an average 
of 17.6 per game. He was also tough on 
the backboards as he pulled down 244 
rebounds for the season. He held the 
lead in blocked shots this year, as he 
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ents face 55 times. Darrell was named 
to the All Conference Team, the SAC 
Tournament Team, the Tip Off 
Tournament Team, where he also got 
Most Valuable Player, and to the 
Christmas Tournament Team. Darrell 
has been a great asset to the Augusta 
College Team and the fans should look 
forwfi d to another year with Doctor 



Courtney Adams is a 6'4" Junior 
Forward from Cleveland Heights, 
Ohio. Courtney, transferring from 
Hilbert Junior College, came to 
Augusta College ready to work and he 
did not waste any time. He was the 
third leading scorer for Jags, scoring 
406 points and averaging 14.5 per 
game. He not only proved himself on 
offense, but his defense was outstand- 



ing also. He pulled down 242 
rebounds and he snat( bed the bail 
from the opponents 46 times Court 



gamed a spot on the District Tour 
nament Team Courtney will return to 
the Jaguar team next year and the tans 
should be looking forward to another 
great season 







EDDY MENS 



Eddy Mens is a 6'8" Sophomore 
Center from Antwerp, Belgium. Eddy 
has been strong help for the Jags 
offensively and defensively. This year 
he scored 351 points in 28 games to 
earn an average of 12.5 for the season. 
His help on defense was apparent as 
he pulled down 271 rebounds to lead 
the team on the backboards. Eddy was 



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also quick to steal the ball from the 
opponents as he did 41 times. In the 
Christmas Tournament Eddy was 
named to the All Tournament Team 
and he was also named Most Valuable 
Tournament Player. With players like 
Eddy returning next year how can the 
}ags lose. 



Shaun Bradley is a 6'5" Junior 
Forward- Guard from Highland Park, 
Michigan. The first sentence should 
give away what an outstanding player 
Shaun is because it shows that he plays 
both forward and guard. Shaun, early 
in the season, was plagued by an ankle 
injury which kept him out of ten 



games. He did not let the injury stop 
his progress for long as he came back 
and played at the end of the season. 
He scored 202 points in 18 games to 
earn an average of 11.2 for the season. 
Shaun will return next year and he 
should be even stronger on his 
offensive and defensive moves. 





BRAD USRY 



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Brad Usry is a 6'2" Freshman guard 
from Augusta, Georgia. Although 
offense is not Brad's line, he still 
scored 44 points in 27 games for an 
average of 1.6 per game. Brad received 
a position on the starting lineup when 








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Shaun Bradley was injured and unable 
to play. With his quick defensive 
moyes, Brad proved himself to be an 
asset to the Augusta College team. He 
will be returning next year and the 
future looks good for Brad. 



Dom Paci is a 6'3" Freshman Jags in key situations, such as the 

Guard from Yonkers, New York. Dom Columbus College game where he 

played in 20 games this season and helped when we were ten points 

scored 53 points for an average of 2.6 behind. Dom will be returning next 



per game. Dom proved himself by 
coming off the bench and helping the 



year, and should be a great help to the 
Augusta College team. 




BRIAN SCOTT 



Brian Scott is a 6'6" Freshman 
Forward from Louisville, Kentucky. \-\e 
played in 24 games this year and 
scored 76 points for an average of 3.1 
for the season. The statistics in this 
case can not show the good Basketball 
that Brian played when he was in key 
situations. Brian won the West 
Georgia game for Augusta College 
when he scored the final two points of 



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the game with only three seconds 
remaining in the game. With his good 
offensive moves Brian has a promising 
future at Augusta College. 

John Adams is a 6'4" Senior 
forward from Augusta, Georgia. John 
playing in 9 games this season 
averaged 1.5 points per game. He 
started playing on the Augusta 
College Basketball Team after a two 



year lapse of not playing basketball. 
John came off the bench whenever 
Coach Vanover needed him, and 
played great on offense and defense. 
John will not be returning next year 
and the Jags will miss him. 

Glenn Glover is a 5'8" Freshman 
guard from Augusta, Georgia. If 
anyone ever said that someone had to 
be tall to play good basketball, then 



they had better take a look at the 
quick moves that Glenn put on the 
opposition. Coming to the Augusta 
College Basketball Team in the middle 
of the season, Glenn became one of 
the highlights of the games that he 
played in. His movements were fast, 
quick, and precise. 



CHEERLEADERS 




Kneeling - Pam Jordan First Row: 
Karen Harpe, Kathy McNitt, Debbie 
Hunt, Nancy Carter Second Row: 
Sabrina Becton, Dawn Cook, Frank 
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#3 Vicki Abbott 
#35 Sherie Bell 
#4 Cindi Branch 
#31 Pam Grissom 
#12 Beth McKie 
#33 Maureen Mulherin 
#22 LuAnn Parks 
n3 Julie Rabun 
#25 Sheree Tesch 





THERESA KITCHENS 
MANAGER 



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ANOTHER 
VICTORY! 



Sherie Bell is a 5'9" senior forward from Ridge 
Springs, South Carolina. Sheri is one of two 
original Augusta College Lady Jags left on the 
team. Both she and Cindi Branch finished their 
four years of college and four years of basketball 
at the same time. Sheri started out the first year 



Augusta College had a women's basketball team. 
This year, she shot 49%from the floor and 55% 
from the charity line. Very aggressive under the 
boards, she pulled down 134 rebounds for the 
season. Sherie has been a great asset to the Lady 
Jags, and she will surely be missed next season. 






PAM GRISSOM 



Pam Grissom is a 6' freshman forward from 
Warrenton, Georgia. Pam took charge of the 
rest of the statistics as she walked away this year 
with 117 rebounds to her credit, making her 
the leading rebounder, offensively. She also 
took the lead defensively with 197 rebounds, 
giving her a total of 314 rebounds for the 
season. She averaged 15.7 rebounds per game. 
Pam came right behind the leading scorer and 
scored 405 points from the floor, and 85 points 
from the the charity line. Pam will also be 
returning to the Lady Jags next year. 



BETH McKIE 







Beth McKie is a 5'5" freshman guard and biggest— assets to the team? Beth was the 

forward from North Augusta, South Carolina. leading scorer with a total of 412 points and the 

What can one say about someone who proved highest average, 20.6 per game. She was a hit at 

to be one of the biggest — if not the the charity line, shooting 78%, as well as from 



the floor, shooting 53%. Beth, believe it or not, 
is a freshman and the Lady Jags will certainly 
look forward to seeing her familiar face next 
year. 




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LuAnn Parks is a 5'8" freshman forward from 
Lincolnton, Georgia. LuAnn shot 45% from the 
floor and 46% from the charity line, giving her 
a total of 163 points in 19 games. With 150 
rebounds to her credit, the Lady Jags should be 
looking for lots of good things from LuANn in 
the future. 



LUANN PARKS 



VICKI ABBOTT 




Vicki Abbott is a 5'2" sophomore guard from 
Augusta, Georgia. Vicki played in 19 games and 



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Sheree Tesch is a 5'10" sophomore forward from 
Hephzibah, Georgia. She played 16 games, and 
shot 38% from the floor and 64% from the 
charity line. Sheree scored a total of 58 points and 
made 88 rebounds. 



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JULIE RABUN 




Julie Rabun is a 5'10"sophomore forward 
from Thomson, Georgia. She scored 30 total 



points in the 14 games she played. Julie shot 
30% from the floor, and 56%from the 



charity line, and she made 40 



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Maureen Mulherin is a 5'5"forward and guard 
from Augusta, Georgia. In the 10 games this 
freshman played, she shot 1 1 % from the floor, 57% 
from the charity line, and scored a total of 6 points. 





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Steve Smith presented a few good routines, and a lot of "blue" jokes. 



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Mad Margaret curses her nephew for the 
murder of her husband. Margaret (left) is 
played by Shirley Bonnell. King Richard 111 
(right) is Anthony Risoli, 



JOHN DOE 




John Doe, the four member band from the local area, performed for an estimated audience of forty last January 30, at the Augusta College Coffee House. 
The talented entertainers played a wide variety of jazz, and most of the viewers seemed impressed. 



MIKE WILLIAMS 




Mike Williams, a country folk type singer and guitarist, was well received last January 20, when he performed at the Augusta College Performing Arts Theatre 
The thjrty-four year old entertainer, sponsored by the Student Union, carried on a brief exchange with the audience; thereby creating the perfect mood 
for an evening of peaceful listening. 







1977 



Escort: Willie Liowns 




Denise Tutt, 1976 Christmas Belle is shown crowning Debbie, the 1977 
Christmas Belle. 




A senior, and sociology major, Debbie has been on 
the dean's list for the last five quarters. She is chairperson 
for Alpha Kappa Alpha interest group, treasurer of 
Student Government, and a member of the Student 
Advisory Council. 

She plans to attend the University of Pittsburg and 
obtain a master's degree in social work. 

Debbie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jones 
of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania 



Debbie sheds a few tears after the crowning. 




Debi Nichols beams happily as her escort, Max 
Blanco, admires the silver tray that she received as 
first runner-up to Christmas Belle. 



Debbie Hunt proudly admires her second 
runner-up award as her escort, Jeff Hoover, looks 
on. 




Valerie Owens, a junior, stands beside her escort 
Johnny Glasker. 




Laura Hickey was escorted by her husband, 
Judson Hickey. 





Lisa Shadden and her escort, Darrel Boutwell, 
anxiously await the announcement of the 
Christmas Belle results. 



Lola Scott, a sophomore, and her escort, Sylvester 
Boler. 




Mary K. Diveley and her escort, jay Patrick, wait patiently while the other contestants are 
introduced. 




The seven member band, Stud, selected by the Interclub Council, proved to be an excellent choice of 
entertainment for the Christmas Belie Bail. 



Nine Augusta College students 
were nominated for the title of 
"Miss Christmas Belle 1977". The 
winner was decided by popular 
vote on campus, and was an- 
nounced at the dance, Friday night, 
December 9, 1977. 



FIRST EVER COFFEEHOUSE TALENT 
SHOW WALK-ON 




Gary Henning and Martin Spitele took first place as SAGE 



The 1978 Talent Show was sponsored by the Student Union on 
Saturday, February 18, 1978. The prizes consisted of $50 for first, $25 
for second, and $10 for third. The show was a tremendous success. 

Name of Act Members 

1. Wolfcreek Larry Johnson, Robert Howard, 
(musical ensemble) Richard T. Clifford 

2. Suicide Machine Nancy Armitage, Robert Moore, 
(musical ensemble Kathy O'Neil 

3. Pandora's Battle Patti Laconca 
(modern dance) 

4. Signal Corps Dean Brown, Susan Pell, 
(musical ensemble) Robert Moore 

5. Budweiser Revue Bill Scoggins 
(folk music) 

6. Sage Gary Henning, Martin Spitele 
(acoustic folk-rock duo) 

7. - Brian Deringer 

(guitar & sing) 

8. Don Raley, Robert Mitchell 

(singing & playing guitar) 

9. Illusion Geniter I. Calhoun (alias Donna 

White) 
(pantomine & dance) 

10. - James Garner 

(acoustic guitar & vocal) 

11. "Ya Ain't Too Old to Rock Rusty Molton 

and Roll" 
(comedy, piano) 

12. Gary Kirkman 

(guitar & sing) 



Nancy Armitage of SUICIDE 
MACHINE 



James Garner 





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Denise Hodgens 



Julietta Hughes 



Joyce Jackson 



HOMECOMING 




Debbie Murphy 



Vanessa Peterson 




Barbara Johnson 



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Kathy McNitt 




Sandi Strength 



Cathy Struble 



Terri Thompson 



DEMISE HODGENS^ 
HOMECOMING H 
QUEEN 1978 




Denise Hodgens, escorted by William E. Wilson, was chosen from 
a group of ten lovely ladies to represent Augusta College for one year 
as the 1978 Homecoming Queen. She was sponsored by Zeta Tau 
Alpha, Alpha Delta Pi, Pi Kappa Phi, and Delta Chi. Her Selection was 
made on a popular vote by the students of the college. 

Denise is a twenty-one year old senior, majoring in 
Business-Accounting. She is presently the president of Zeta Tau 
Alpha Fraternity for Women, and a Little Sister to Pi Kappa Phi 
Fraternity. This energetic miss does volunteer work for the March of 
Dimes, Heart Fund, Cancer Society, and Mental Health Drive. 

After Graduation, Denise intends to pursue a career as a certified 
public accountant. 





Denise Hodgens 
Homecoming Queen 
escorted by William 
E. Wilson 



Julietta Hughes 
escorted by Walter 
Clark Jr. 



Joyce Jackson 
escorted by Jimmy 
Aaron 



Barbara Johnson 
escorted by Carl 
Dukes 



Kathy McNitt 
escorted by Robert 
Doxier 




Debbie Murphy 
escorted by Pat 
Sitler 



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Vanessa Peterson 
First Runner-up 
escorted by Kevin 
Devoe 




Sandi Strength 
escorted by Jeff 
Grossman 



Cathy Struble 
Second Runner-up 
escorted by 
Anthony Shaw 



Terri Thompson 
escorted by William 
"Doc" Sutherland 



Dennis Wells and Mike 
Smith; Pi Kappa Phi on 
display. 




February 3, 1978 seemed like any other cold windy day at 8:00 o'clock in the morning, but two hours later, it was pretty 
obvious that something was going on in the dirt parking lot behind the Fine Arts building. BY 10:30 colorfully decorated cars 
were milling about trying to find their starting positions; and by 11:00 o'clock the first floats and displays were rolling in. Scarcely 
ten minutes later, one bus after another unloaded countless high school participants, and by 12:00 o'clock almost everyone 
was in readiness. At 1:00 o'clock, only one hour late, a strange procession, headed by President Christenberry, started to move; 
the 1978 Homecoming Parade was under way. 

Lunch hour traffic got a rude surprise when the line of enteries rumbled off campus and on to Walton Way, completely 
blocking traffic going into town. The Flomecoming candidates, most of them in convertables, sat straight and proud, trying 
to look comfortable in a blasting icy wind that turned their cheeks and noses a rosy pink. A few of the entries, particularly 
marchers, had difficulty negotiating the Bon-Air hill, but a very successful parade found it's way, without mishap, to the Sears' 
parking lot, and none seemed to notice that there wasn't a single band in the procession. 




Cheerleaders Pam Jordan, Karen Harpe, Debbie Hunt aboard a borrowed American 
Legion train. 





John deBack is master of ceremonies at the 
half-time activities 



1977 Homecoming Queen; Teena Cunningham and her 
escort Brian Wilson 



Saturday, February 4, 1978, 8 P.M. at the Augusta College Gym 

It was the night of Augusta College's Homecoming Game; the Jaguars were hosting the Columbus College Cougars, and the building was filled to capacity. 

A.C. dominated the first twenty minutes of play and cleared the floor for the Homecoming Presentation with a comfortable lead. The Jags seemed to 
have the game well in hand, although Eddy Mens had picked three first half fouls. Darrell Holder rammed home a total of four dunks, and Pete Eason put 
on his usual sharp-shooting display and hit the last basket of the half as the buzzer sounded. 
Half-time Score: Augusta College 39 
Columbus College 32 

John deBack, president of the Student Government Association, was master of ceremonies, and opened the half-time activities with a welcome to those 
present. 

The awards for Homecoming Parade were presented by Amy Chance in lieu of Louis Navarro, who had gotten locked out of the gym. 

John deBack then introduced the homecoming candidates, their escorts, and the 1977 Homecoming Queen, Teena Cunningham and her escort Brian 
Wilson. 

Amy Chance presented awards to the first and second runners-up, and President Christenberry crowned Denise Hodgens as 1978 Homecoming Queen. 
Denise was presented with an Alumni Association gift by John Trulock. 

Jack Pruett made the presentation of a gift to Coach Marvin Vanover. 

Music was provided by the Augusta College Pep Band under the direction of Dr. John Scott. 

After twelve minutes of play in the second half, the Jaguars held a twelve point lead; but A.C. miscues and cold shooting combined with a Columbus 
College hot streak to narrow the lead to 68-65. Eddy Mens committed his final foul and the Cougars tied the game at 68 with a tip-in. Columbus made a 
play under the basket to acquire a 70-68 advantage. The Jaguar pride had been hurt as they exploded up the court for the tying basket. The shot rimmed 
the hoop, and fell away to be picked up by the Cougars with fifty-two seconds remaining. Columbus went into a delay game, but Pete Eason forced a turnover, 
and Coach Vanover called a time-out. 

The restless crowd watched, near disbelief as Pete Eason, the human scoring machine, missed a long jumper from the wing. The final buzzer showed 
a 74-69 Columbus victory, and the dazed crowd quietly filed out into the crisp night wondering what had gone wrong. Time had simply run out for the 
Jags. 



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DR. GEORGE A CHRISTENBERRY. PRESIDENT. Presiding 
Faculty Marahal, Mr. Hairy Ddyniuk 



HONORS CONVOCATION 




SPECIAL MUSIC 

by the Augusta College Concert Band Mr John Scott, Director 

PROCESSIONAL 

March from First Suite in E - Flat Gustav Hoist 

SPECIAL MUSIC 

Selections from Man of La Mancha Leigh - Darion 

INVOCATION Reverend Harry W Thompson 

Counselor. Augusta College 

WELCOME AND 

INTRODUCTION OFSPEAKER Dr George A. Christenberry, President 

ADDRESS Dr. Noah Langdale, Jr. 

President. Georgia State University 

PRESENTATION OF 

VALEDICTORIAN AWARD Dr. GeorgeA. Christenberry. President 

PRESENTATION OF ACADEMIC AWARDS Dr J Gray Dinwiddie, 

Academic Dean 
Assisted by Mr. S. Lee Wallace. Registrar 

I. SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS 



SENIOR CLASS 



Frances Fuehrer Sexton 
Denise H. James 



JUNIOR CLASS 



APRIL 28, 1978 
8:00 P.M. 



John R. Harden 
Mark A. Morse 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Leon J. Leonard 
Nan N. Tarn 



FRESHMAN CLASS 



James P. Conlon 
Ellen M. Echols 



Lynne K. Saumwebber 
G. Leslie Walters 



Martin E. Truett 
J. Ira Blanchard 



Leigh A. Puryear 
Valera L. Hudson 



Brian K. Deringer 
Lyle K. Neff 




President Christenberry assists Frances Fuehrer Sexton in 
displaying the Valedictorian Award that she received for 
maintaining a perfect 4.0 grade point average during her 
collegiate career. 



Dean Dinwiddie presents G. Leslie Walters with a Scholastic 
Achievement Award as one of the four seniors with the 
highest grade point averages. 




Denise H. James beams proudly as she receives 
her Scholastic Achievement Award from Dean 
Dinwiddie. 



II, UNDERGRADUATE ASSESSMENT PROGRAM AWARDS 

William Ankney Robert A Milan 

Manlyn C Brooka Rusnell R Moores 

John A Danner Henry I, Pond 

Frank N Denamore Leslie W Ramirez 

Richard D Dolton Donna B. Williama 

Patncia R Foreberg Barbara B. Zieger 
Juhe Gerlach 

III DEPARTMENTAL AWARDS 

Senior Biology Award Debra K Jonea 

Business Adminiatration Awards 

Accounting Award Frances Fuehrer Sexton 

Business Education Executive Secretanal Award Chnsty C Schramm 

Economics Finance Marketing Award James M H Singleton 

Management Award PaulineJoe 

RichardT.MixonAwardinChemiatry John deBack. Jr 

Student National Education Association Award Jeffrey M Grossman 

McCrary English Award Kalhryn M Tanner 

Fine Arts Awards 

Bailie's Custom House Award in Art Joyce F Lifsey 

Edward B. Turner Muaic Award Walter H Harwood. Ill 

French Award Donna Jean Ijiwlor 

TheodoredeTrevilleAwardinHistory Michael W Chnstensen 

Nursing Awards 

Sister Mary Louise Herman Award Brenda Bentley Goolsby 

Estelle Barnard Smith Award Kitty Murphy Brittingham 

Psychology Award Patricia A Alba 

McCrary Science Award G, Lealie Walters 

Senior Sociology Award Steven A Roy 




Dean Galloway congratulates Debra L. Moorehead as he 
presents her with the Senior Service-Leadership Award. 




Mr. S. Lee Wallace presents the Richard T. Mixon Award in 
Chemistry to John deBack Jr. 

IV PHI KAPPA PHI CANDIDATES 

Walter H AJexanderaon Alice C deSaavedra 

John R, Barden Lisa Abbot 

Mark A. Morse Roae R, Blagbum 

Denise H Jamea Michael W Chriatenaen 

Lynne K Saurowebber Patricia Ann ZIobik 

Steven A Roy Frances D. Woodward 
Barbara C Grantham 

PRESENTATIONOFSPECIALAWARDS Mr "J' "W" Galloway. 

Dean of Students 

I. WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 
AND COLLEGES 

John L Adama Jamea T Hancock. Ill 

John R Barden Clifford Hull. Jr 

Juhe P Bonds Patricia Ann B Johnson 

Cynthia H Branch Donna Jean Lawlor 

Jamea J Casey. Jr Debra L. Moorehead 

John deBack, Jr Steven A Roy 

Alice C deSaavedra Frances Fuehrer Sexton 

Robin K. Findley Phyllia Lenora Trowell 

Richard C. Hamrick Randolph A. Wiedeman 

II PUBLICATION AWARDS 

Bell Ringer Award Kelley P.Timmerraan 

Chronicli^Herald Award Debra D. Hammond 

III SENIORSERVICE LEADERSHIP AWARDS Debra 1. Moorehead & 

John deBack. Jr 

RECESSIONAL 
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Sharron Geber ^Bfe,R.^RowIand, 

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Steven Robert Hull'^^^idargret H. Tuten 

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S WHO AJC40NG STUDENTS IN AMER- 
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Mary Cathecme Ealick Terri Ann Prefer 

Elizabeth^A'nne Gfad Virginia Elizabeth Sch^£_ 

James D.\|o1lingsWort^' David Q. Segars 

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DEDICATION 



WILLIAM HERMAN RODIMON 
NOVEMBER 8, 1912 - MARCH 11, 1978 



William H. Rodimon, a native of Springfield, 
Massachusetts, joined Augusta College in 1971 as 
director of college and public services. Shortly after 
his arrival, he began work on the reorganization of 
the Augusta College Alumni Association. The fruits of 
his efforts can be seen today in a viable, strong and 
contributing Association. Membership has grown 
from approximately 1,000 to almost 6,000, and 
donations increased from $1,488 to more than 
$30,000. If one person had to be singled out for the 
success of the Alumni Association over the years, it 
would have to be "Bill" Rodimon. It was under his 
leadership that a communications link was established 
with alumni through their own newspaper and a 
series of informative letters. He started the concept 
of a year-round Alumni Fund and saw the fruition of 
a new college and alumni position, coordinator of 
alumni affairs. Also during his tenure, the college 
acquired an alumni center, the Maxwell Alumni 
House, willed to the College by the late Robert 
Jefferson Maxwell. 

He earned the B.A. degree in 1936 and the M.A. 
degree in 1939 from the University of Alabama and 
remained steadfastly loyal to his alma mater all his 



life. He taught in Marengo County (Alabama) public 
schools from 1938 to 1942. He then joined the 
Marion Institute in Marion, Alabama, where he spent 
the next 26 years of his life serving in a variety of 
positions, including instructor, commandant of 
cadets, business manager, director of alumni affairs, 
public relations and development. In 1968 he 
accepted the position of president of Georgia 
Military College in Milledgeville. 

A civic-conscious individual, Mr. Rodimon served 
the local community in a number of ways. He was 
secretary of the Rotary Club of Augusta, member of 
the Red Cross Board of Directors, Greater Augusta 
Chamber of Commerce, the Heart Association, and 
the Richmond County Time Capsule Committee. He 
served as vestryman and layreader of the Good 
Shepherd Episcopal Church and was a member of the 
Diocesan Council of the Diocese of Georgia. 

His survivors include his widow, Inez Gates 
Rodimon, Augusta; a son, Stanley James Rodimon, 
New Orleans, La; two daughters, Margaret Elizabeth 
Pounds, Milledgeville, and Edith Ellen DeAngel, 
Augusta; and one sister, Mrs. Wallace Card, 
Framington, Mass. 




All the photographs on pages 206 and 207 
were taken by Mr. Roscoe Williams. 



The 1978 White Columns was scheduled to be delivered during May of 1978 with 1400 
books at a cost of $15,490.00. Although the cost and volume have remained the same, it is now 
August 23, 1978, the middle of break, and I am just finishing up. 

Augusta College is a way of life for me, and when classes are over, and everybody is gone, 
1 feel an aching emptiness. Debbi is gone too, her work is done, and all that is left is me. 

As I finish my work, I get up and look around, but all is still and silent. Outside, things are 
no better; the dizzying heat and my nervous awareness make it difficult to breath evenly. 
However, my anticipation is wasted, for there is not a living thing in sight. So 1 make my way 
with slow uncertain steps toward my dirty white van, which sits by itself in the corner of a vacant 
parking lot. 

In spite of the many nights I have spent by myself putting this book together, I've never 
felt more alone than I do now. They'll be back though, they'll be back; I keep telling myself, 
they'll be back. 

Louis R. Navarro III 
Assistant Editor 
1978 White Columns 




Nancy Carter was my talent- 
ed and determined Editor. In 
spite of holding down two jobs, 
this capable lady cranked out the 
opening, student, and sport 
sections, before other difficulties 
caused her to drop out of the 
scene after Winter Quarter. 




Wilma-Olivia Hobbs was my Layout 
Editor, and although 1 lost her after Fall 
Quarter, she made some very notable 
contributions; particularly in the opening 
and faculty sections. 



Bob Williams was the photographer who took most of the 
faculty and club shots. He was extremely dependable and 
thorough in spite of the fact that he left after Fall Quarter. 



Jim Primis was my Photo Editor. He left after Winter 
Quarter, but usually remained on call. 




John James was my yearbook 
representative. About the begin- 
ning of Summer Quarter, it was 
unanimously decided that the 
yearbook was in trouble. From 
that time on, John remained in 
close contact; advising, and at 
times, taking the whole day to 
help layout and draw the book. 




^ 



Roscoe Williams was my 
Faculty Advisor, and although he 
was indispensable at times he was 
quite impossible at others. His 
dedication was unmatched, as 
Christmas and Spring breaks 
found him in the photo lab 
developing pictures. 



Jim Haney was my sports photograher. Although he left 
after Winter Quarter, his basketball coverage was excellent. 



Jim Bufford was really a free lance staffer whose main 
responsibility was to design and take pictures for the ROTC 
section. 




And this was me, Louis 
Navarro, at Augusta College in 
that grand year of 1978. 



I would 
completing 



Have you ever seen an angel? 
This is what one looks like. Debbi 
Ginsburg joined me at the 
beginning of Summer Quarter; 
and together, working five hours 
a day, five days a week, we 
completed the last two-thirds of 
the book. Debbie received 
neither title nor compensation 
-y sA, for her labors, and has gained my 
eternal admiration and gratitude. 



like to thank the people listed above, the Bell Ringer, and the Student Activities office for their assistance in 
this book. I would also like to thank Jill Weaver for selling all those adds. 




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